A Declaration of Interdependence: (of Science and Philosophy)
AuthorHouse, 2004 - 236 páginas
This book is for the inquisitive persons who are not too sure how as humans they appeared on this planet and what they ought to do with their existence. It is for people who fear being ostracized and stigmatized for not being believers in established religious dogma. It is for persons whose fear of death shapes their lives. By pulling together the thoughts of past and living human of intelligence' he shapes a philosophy for interdependent living in our world, free from theological shackles. The author illustrates that the development of science and philosophy progress hand-in-hand.